- Last night Rachel Maddow revealed two pages of President Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns on her television show. Was it a big "so what?" We asked you.
- Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory discussed a recent investigation from his paper about the lack of diversity in the State Police.
- Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes told reporters today there is no evidence suggesting there was an "actual tap" of Trump Tower, contrary to what the President alleged in a series of tweets. We got security expert Juliette Kayyem's take.
- A Korea expert's adorable family interrupts his live interview on the BBC—and the footage goes viral. We asked you about the woes of working from home.
- Award-winning advertising executive Chris Edwards (you may recognize some of his work) discussed his new memoir, "Balls: It Takes Some To Get Some," a supremely candid and humorous look at transiting from female to male.
- A protest at Middlebury College over a talk by conservative social scientist Charles Murray—who, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, believes social inequalities are caused by the "genetic inferiority of black and Latino communities, women, and the poor"—ended in violence. Paul Reville, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, discussed that and other education headlines.
BPR 03/15: Full Show
March 15, 2017